I agree with Yahoo's Matt Hinton: It is disingenuous to suggest that Tim Tebow was "superhuman" against LSU -- that it was Tebow's efforts that carried Florida to the win.
Was it impressive (even thrilling) to see Tebow take the field -- at all -- just two weeks after his concussion? Absolutely.
But as long as Florida's defense was shutting down LSU -- limiting them to 3 points and effectively zero offense -- it seems wild-eyed to suggest that, say, John Brantley couldn't have led Florida's offense to the more than 3 points necessary to win the game.
I'm with Urban Meyer: There was a bit of "courageous" in Tebow for playing the entire game -- even after a (justifiably) tentative start, making a few key plays himself in the 2nd half.
But let's not confuse Tebow's performance with WHY Florida win: It was the defense, which is not just the best in the country this season, but sizes up as among the best of all time.
Tim Tebow doesn't have to be Superman -- not with this defense.
At least for now, that's probably for the best.